Iraq Essay Topics

Us Foreign Policy With Respect To Iraq

During the immediate post 911 period, President George W. Bush spent ample time addressing the United States and the world on the need to pursue and install democracy in Middle East as a long term strategy to winning the war against terror. This came in the wake of the events of the September 11th terror… View Article

United Nations and the war in Iraq

This paper will seek to explain and elaborate the relationship between the Iraq war and how the united nations are trying to handle these issues. Many officials in the United Nations including the US general secretary and the presidents have been trying to address this issue that has denied a number of people lives in… View Article

Role of UN Security Council in Crippling Iraq’s economy

On August 1990, four days had elapsed after Iraq invaded Kuwait, an event that led the United Nations Security Council to pass the resolution 661. This resolution imposed comprehensive sanctions against Iraq and a special committee was put in place to monitor the sanctions. The international community as well as Iraq assumed this will be… View Article

To Live or to Leave Iraq

In the year 2003, the US led a decisive invasion to Iraq so as to preempt its former ruler, Saddam Hussein from using his alleged secret weapons of mass destruction. After five years had passed, the answer to the question whether to or not to maintain the US soldiers in Iraq’s soil would only lies… View Article

Operation Iraqi Freedom

The relationship between the United States and Iraq has been a rather complicated relationship. This relationship can be classified as a roller coaster ride that last through out history. The United States and Iraq relationship became rocky in 1958 when King Faisal was overthrown and Iraq signed with the Soviet Union. Because of the relationship… View Article

The Iraq War

Since the beginning of the war analysts have been trying to estimate the cost of the war versus the benefits that have been realized as a result of the war. Some of the benefits of the war are; refusal to go to war and containment of Saddam would be more destructive; a more stable middle… View Article

Operation Iraqi Freedom

The Operation is also known as the Iraq War/ the War in Iraq/ the Occupation in Iraq or the Second Gulf War. Started in March of 2003, the Operation is a military crusade through combined forces from all over the world. Forces have mostly come from the United States and the United Kingdom, while smaller… View Article

Humanitarian Intervention in Iraq

In March of 2003 the United States of America invaded the Middle Eastern nation of Iraq. Under many pretenses, the stage was being set for this invasion, one reason calling for the invasion was that Bush administration and its officials assured the world that the Hussein regime was producing weapons of mass destruction or WMD’s,… View Article

Iraq and US now

The paper discusses the present situation of Iraq and United States considering the war relation they had since last few years. There has been a lot of speculation regarding the motives for Iraq-US war. However, here we neglect those motives and focus on the changes Iraq has been undergoing at present. The three main changes… View Article

Danger, Death, Boredom and Reporting from Iraq

The war in Iraq is arguably the most significant news story of our time; a relentless show of bloody violence that has dragged on for six years and claimed thousands of civilians’ and foreigners’ lives. Unfortunately, it is perhaps the most underreported war at least in certain inside story aspects due to the danger that… View Article

Iraq War

The past decade had been one of the few significant eras for international relations and international politics. Various activities and phenomenon had occurred which made such era a memorable moment in which the topics of decision making including the people whom creates and enacts the decisions had become significant. One of the numerous events which… View Article

Iraq War

The Iraq War has attracted news coverage from around the world. Various television stations in countries like the US and the UK have news correspondents and news bureaus in the area to cover war-related updates and happenings. However, there were concerns on how media frames and delivers their news. Most of these news reports are… View Article

Kant’s Approach to Resolving War in Iraq

Five years after the Iraq war had begun, policymakers are still looking for answers on how to bring about a resolution to that particular conflict. It has been a hot election topic among candidates of both the Republican and Democratic parties in the United States. Some of the policy options presented range from a short… View Article

Accomplishing Iraq’s Sovereignty

The New York Time’s article Iraq Marks Withdrawal of U. S. Troops From Cities by Alissa J. Rubin covers a milestone in Iraq’s post-Hussein political scene: The withdrawal of American troops from major Iraqi cities and settlements which in turn resulted in their declaration of sovereignty. Although many Iraqis desire sovereignty, there are others who… View Article

How Soon Until We Are Back At War?

The night before the thirteenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks, President Barrack Obama gave a nationally televised address that focused on the United States’s campaign against the Sunni extremist group known as, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). In his address, Obama authorized the use of airstrikes against ISIS in Syria. Obama… View Article

Are There Any “Winners” in War?

War is not a game people play to win prizes or gain recognition for their skill. After one side surrenders, and a treaty is signed, one side does go home feeling like a winner. Both sides suffer irreplaceable losses. For this reason, there are no true winners in war. Some people may feel that they… View Article

Four P’s in Foreign Policy

By analyzing the war on Iraq using the 4 P’s framework given by Bruce W. Jentleson in his Book American Foreign Policy, it seems that the US national interest goal cannot be simultaneously satisfied in most of the cases. Iraq became a US threat in 1990 when former Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, led the invasion… View Article

Figures of Authority in” The Crucible” by Arthur Miller

One of the most important themes in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is the nature of authority and people who abuse it. In the story, authority is determined by the religious status one has in the community and often education plays a role. Nowadays, authority is noted by the place you have in society and is… View Article

Our Crazy World – Technology, Iraq and Hiv/AIDS

Our world today is a crazy one, in many ways. It is so different to what it used to be. The advancement of technology, coupled with such things as HIV/AIDS or terrorism and America’s retaliation (and the Iraq War), combines to form a mind boggling, and somewhat depressing environment for one to live in. With… View Article

10 examples of political rhetoric

1. “Medicare is the binding commitment of a caring society.” In President Bush’s State of the Union Address, he describes what medicare is to the public. I honestly cannot make any sense of this statement. It sounds like he is trying to make Medicare into something it is not. It appears that Mr. Bush is… View Article

The aim of ISIS

I known as Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and Islamic State. The aim of ISIS is to create an Islamic state across Sunni areas of Iraq and in Syria. ISIS is known for killing dozens of people at a time and carrying out public executions and crucifixions. It has taken over large swaths… View Article

Military metaphor

Military metaphors are commonly used in everyday conversation. During these uncertain times, politicians exploit this at the drop of a dime. Strategy, tactics, ammunition and arsenal, words with pure military meaning, are used frequently in the current political atmosphere. Some other examples of military metaphors that come to my mind are: Spearheading the discussion, Getting… View Article

The lessons in Vietnam war were forgotten in Iraq and Afghanistan

A lot of lessons were learned throughout the Vietnam War but those lessons were not carried out in the Iraq and Afghanistan war. Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War, caused by fears of communism and the fact that since the USA was our allied country we had to join forces, was one of the most… View Article

Funeral Oration of Pericles

In the reading of the Funeral Oration of Pericles, I do not believe what Pericles says about Athens. I believe he made his speech to boost morale for his people and for the soldiers, and to keep the war going. In the Funeral Oration of Pericles, they were there to honor the fallen soldiers and… View Article

The Experience of Conflict Changes Peoples

Going through conflict can force people’s lives to change drastically both physically and mentally. It can improve someone’s mental state and make them a stronger person or it can completely ruin them. Conflict can bare negative consequences on people’s lives forcing them to do things they wouldn’t choose to do and breaking them mentally. The… View Article